Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
Hebden Royd Town Council Climate Emergency Committee are happy to publicise their new project, High Hirst Wood Meadow. The Town Council has leased some of the land between High Hirst allotments and Sandy Gate to utilise the land for the benefit of the community and the natural world. Read more about the Meadow Project
Hebden Royd Town Council are delighted to share the news that Hebden Bridge Picture House are the recipient of two grants from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Culture Recovery Fund, totaling £101,271. More info on grants to the Picture House
Hebden Royd Town Council were unable to host the annual Christmas Lights Switch On this year, but wanted to find a way to do something special for the children in the community. A conversation with Sand in Your Eye led to the idea of funding a magic post box made of ice from the North Pole. Read more about the Ice Post Box.
It was with many fond memories that Hebden Royd Town Councillors remembered their former colleague and friend Robin Dixon at last night's Full Council meeting. More about councillors remembering Robin Dixon